Why did children bring teddy bears and sandwiches to pay homage to the Queen of Great Britain?
Ever since the news of Queen Elizabeth II’s death came out, the royal family has been receiving messages.
condolence from around the world, while people have also been paying tribute to the Queen.
Young children are also among those who paid homage to the Queen of Great Britain.
According to the report, the children brought flowers as well as Paddington teddy bears.
sandwiches to the royal parks to pay their respects to the Queen.
The reason for this initiative of the children is that the Queen of Great Britain recorded an interesting video.
with Paddington teddy bear on the occasion of her platinum jubilee shortly before her death.
The Queen of Great Britain can be seen in this video having a tea party with Paddington and after the tea party is over.
Paddington tells the Queen that he always keeps a marmalade sandwich in his hat to eat in case of an emergency.
When Paddington is finished, the Queen smiles and takes out a marmalade sandwich from her purse and says, “I’ve put mine in my purse, which I’ll eat later.”
According to the report, now Royal Parks in a statement released on its website said that unfortunately.
the management will not accept any gifts and food items brought by people.
The administration has asked the public to bring only flowers to pay their respects to the queen.